Alright, another question, and some info. So this was on my 65" C7. I had my TVs calibrated in March by a professional. So, now that I'm learning this stuff I wanted to take some measurements and see how it all works. I'm using HCFR and I1DP
I took the grey scale readings and they were really really good, like nearly a straight line. Using Gamma 2.2 instead of Bt1886. So, Kudos to the pro who did my TV. Then I measured the prim and sec colors and the Delta error was around 5 for red and green and around 2 and below for the other colors. So, all around I would say decent job.
So my real question is, what is adjusting luminance on the OLED? A lot of TVs just have Bias/gain settings coupled with tint/saturation sliders. Can someone tell me what these adjustments do? So for example, let's say i measure my PRIM colors and Red is De of 17, and i want to bring it down to De of below 3. What am I adjusting here? Also some info on adjusting white balance would be helpful to. I've added some pictures to help with what i'm talking about.
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